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UK software licence for Parlay Entertainment bingo

Discussion in 'Bingo!' started by jetset, Jan 11, 2008.

    Jan 11, 2008
  1. jetset

    jetset Ueber Meister CAG

    Senior Partner, InfoPowa News Service

    Canadian online gambling software developer's Malta subsidiary gets the nod

    The Canadian-headquartered online bingo software provider Parlay Entertainment has joined a select group of thirty companies that have achieved a licence isued by the UK Gambling Commission to develop, supply and install online gambling software. The licence has been granted through Parlays subsidiary Parlay Malta Limited.

    Parlay boasted that it is the only bingo software developer in the world to do so in a statement this week. The licence allows Parlay to deploy its software to clients who are headquartered in the UK, or to remote companies who target the UK market.

    The company additionally holds a class four gaming software providers licence in Malta and is a certified gaming software provider in the Isle of Man.

    Were thrilled to have been granted a UK licence, said Steve Cook, Parlays managing director for Europe. It means well be able to continue serving our existing UK-based licensees as well as signing up new ones. Were also pleased that we are currently the only online bingo developer to receive a remote gambling software licence in the UK.

    As a licensed Gambling Software supplier, Parlay is required to abide by the Gambling Act 2005, and its three licensing objectives: keeping crime out of gambling, ensuring that gambling is conducted fairly and openly, and protecting children and vulnerable people from being harmed or exploited by gambling.

    Over 50 operators use the Parlay bingo software, and the company is currently planning to launch its latest product, Parlay 5: Bingo Without Borders at the upcoming ICEi show later this month.

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